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Planning and Designing Microsoft Virtualization Solutions Kurs

Microsoft Virtualisierung Kurs


Zielgruppe Planning and Designing Microsoft Virtualization Solutions Kurs: This course is intended for Infrastructure Architects and Virtualization Specialists who are responsible for designing, deploying, and managing one or more data center or desktop virtualization environments.

Seminarziele This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to design a complex data center and desktop architecture using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V or Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, Remote Desktop Services (RDS), System Center Suite, Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V), Application Virtualization 4.6 (APP-V), as well as supporting applications and utilities. The information included in this class will provide students with a solid baseline of technology solutions, architecture considerations, and management requirements that can be integrated to build a successful virtualization infrastructure.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Evaluate benefits of implementing virtualization technologies
Understand how virtualization technology can be used to create more flexible and dynamic data center and desktop infrastructures
Understand the selection process for local desktop or central VDI environments
Design virtualization solutions for datacenter and desktop infrastructures
Plan virtualization services such as Hyper-V, RDS,MED-V, and APP-V
Integrate System Center Suite into a virtualization infrastructure to provide an end-to-end management strategy
Understand and plan virtual machine conversion and deployment options
Plan enterprise storage solutions to support virtualization infrastructures
Design high-availability virtualization solutions
Plan an enterprise backup and recovery strategy

Vorkenntnisse Before attending this course, students must have:

Windows Server 2008 R2 knowledge and experience
Fundamental knowledge of Hyper-V
Fundamental knowledge of Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
Fundamental knowledge of Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V)
Fundamental knowledge of Application Virtualization (APP-V)
Fundamental knowledge of System Center products including System Center Configuration Manager, System Center Operations Manager, System Center Virtual Machine Manager, and System Center Data Protection Manager

Schulungsinhalt Module 1: Planning a Virtualization Strategy

Lessons
Understanding Virtualization Levels
Defining the Case for Virtualization
Reviewing Virtualization Technologies
Reviewing the System Center Suite
Understanding Licensing Options
Reviewing Integration with Third-Party Products

Lab : Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 Installation
Installing Hyper-V Server 2008 R2
Configuring Hyper-V Server 2008 R2

Lab : Windows XP Mode Installation
Installing Windows 7
Install Windows Virtual PC
Install Windows XP Mode
Configuring and Launching a Virtual Application

Lab : Application Virtualization 4.6 Installation
Installing Application Virtualization Management Server
Configuring the Windows Firewall
Installing Application Virtualization Desktop Client
Configuring the Default Application
Launching the Default Application

Module 2: Designing a Virtualization Platform Infrastructure and High-Availability Strategy

Lessons
Defining Server Virtualization Scenarios
Defining Hyper-V Base Architectures
Performing a Pre-Design Discovery
Designing a Server Virtualization Infrastructure
Designing the Hyper-V Host Architecture
Designing the Virtual Machine Architecture
Sizing a Hyper-V Host Farm

Lab : Configuring and Using MAP 4.0
Collecting Client Inventory Data
Assessing Windows 7 Readiness
Defining and Setting Custom Assessment Properties

Lab : Hyper-V Storage Design and Configuration
Building a Large disk
Duplicating a Disk
Designing a Pass-through Disk
Designing a Mobile Clustering Storage Solution

Lab : Hyper-V Virtual Network Design and Configuration
Virtual Network Design For VM Isolation
Virtual Network Design Between Virtual Machines Using VLANs
Virtual Network Design Using VLANs

Lab : Hyper-V Platform Virtualization Design Exercise
Collecting Performance Data
Obtaining Inventory Data for the Design Exercise
Design Exercise
Server Consolidation Using Virtualization

Lab : Optional: Two-Node Virtual Machine Failover Cluster
Add and Configure Virtual Network Adapters
Configuring the iSCSI Shared Disks
Adding the Failover Clustering Feature to the Virtual Machines
Configuring Failover Clustering on the Virtual Machines
Using Failover Cluster Manager

Lab : Optional: Two-Node Hyper-V Host Failover Cluster with Live Migration
Prepare the Physical Machines
Configure the iSCSI Target
Configure the iSCSI Initiator
Adding the Failover Clustering Feature to the Hyper-V Hosts
Configuring Failover Clustering on the Hyper-V Hosts
Configuring Cluster Shared Volumes
Creating a New Virtual Machine
Making a Virtual Machine Highly Available
Configuring Cluster Networks for Live Migration
Initiating a Live Migration
Live Migration of a High-Availability Virtual Machine

Module 3: Designing a Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure

Lessons
Defining Desktop Virtualization Scenarios
Designing a Local Desktop Infrastructure
Designing a VDI Deployment using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and RDS
Designing an Application Strategy using RemoteApp
Designing a VDI Deployment using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and Citrix XenDesktop

Lab : VDI with Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and RDS Connection Broker
Configuring the Hyper-V Host Server
Configuring the Remote Desktop Session Host Role Service
Configuring the Remote Desktop Virtualization Host Role Service
Configuring the Remote Desktop Connection Broker Role Service
Configuring the Remote Desktop Connection Web Access Role Service
Configuring the Virtual Machines for RDS
Configuring the Virtual Machines for Rollback
Configuring the Virtual Desktop Pool
Connecting to a Virtual Desktop Pool
Configuring the Personal Virtual Desktop
Connecting to a Personal Virtual Desktop

Lab : Using RemoteApp for Hyper-V to Deliver Applications in a VDI
Configuring the Virtual Machine Guest Operating System
Creating an RDP File
Connecting to the Notepad Application using RemoteApp

Lab : Scenario-Based Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure Design Exercise
Design a Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure

Module 4: Designing an Application Virtualization Infrastructure

Lessons
Planning an Application Virtualization 4.6 Infrastructure
Designing an Application Virtualization 4.6 Infrastructure
Using Application Virtualization 4.6 with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2
Using Application Virtualization 4.6 with RDS

Lab : Using Application Virtualization 4.6 to Deliver Applications in a VDI Scenario
Installing Application Virtualization Sequencer
Sequencing Word Viewer 2003
Launching the Word Viewer 2003 Application From a Personal Virtual Desktop

Module 5: Designing a Virtualization Infrastructure Management Strategy

Lessons
Developing a Virtualization Infrastructure Management Environment with the System Center Suite
Developing a Virtual Machine Deployment Strategy
Developing a Virtual Machine Conversion Strategy
Developing an Administrative Strategy
Developing a Virtual Machine Migration Strategy
Developing a Disaster Recovery Strategy
Developing a Maintenance Strategy

Lab : Configuring and Using a System Center VMM Self-Service Portal
Configuring Self-Service User Policy
Logging into a VMM 2008 R2 Self-Service Portal
Creating a Virtual Machine using the Self-Service Portal

Lab : Performing a P2V Conversion using System Center VMM 2008 R2
Performing a P2V Conversion

Lab : Configuration and Use of the Remote Server Administration Toolkit
Windows 7 RSAT Installation
Adding an RSAT Administration Tool for Hyper-V
Managing a Hyper-V Server using RSAT

Lab : Performing a Virtual Machine Export/Import using System Center VMM
Exporting a Virtual Machine Using VMM 2008 R2
Importing a Virtual Machine Using VMM 2008 R2

Lab : Performing a Virtual Machine Backup Using System Center DPM
Configuring Storage for Use with DPM 2007 SP1
Installing a DPM Agent in a Virtual Machine
Creating a Protection Group to Backup a Virtual Machine
Recovering a Directory to a Virtual Machine

Lab : Offline Virtual Machine Update using System Center ConfigMgr 2007 SP2
Configuring the Hyper-V Host Server
Installing OVMST 2.1 on the VMM Server
Adding the Hyper-V Host Server as a Managed VMM host
Configuring the Client Virtual Machine Firewall Settings
Configuring System Center ConfigMgr 2007 SP2
Storing the Client Virtual Machine in the VMM Library
Configuring OVMST 2.1 to Perform an Offline Virtual Machine Update
Monitoring an Offline Virtual Machine Update using OVMST 2.1

Preis € 2.290,00 (zzgl. ges. USt.)

Seminardauer 5 Tage

Termine 23.10.2017,13.11.2017,04.12.2017,08.01.2018,12.02.2018,05.03.2018,16.04.2018,28.05.2018,11.06.2018,02.07.2018,06.08.2018,10.09.2018,22.10.2018,26.11.2018,17.12.2018,21.01.2019,04.02.2019,11.03.2019,01.04.2019,06.05.2019,17.06.2019,22.07.2019,26.08.2019,16.09.2019,21.10.2019,25.11.2019,09.12.2019

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